In case you hadn't noticed, tensions over immigration enforcement are a little high in Arizona these days. Judge Susan Bolton's decision this morning to grant an injunction for certain aspects of the controversial, new law has dominated the news cycle and all the arguing has gotten us kinda bummed out.
A photo in The Onion gave us a brief LOL, though.
In the paper's "News in Photos" section, there is a picture with the headline "Arizona High Schools to Now Teach Spanish Entirely in English."
So, take a break from the heated debate and cool your toes in the satirical bliss of The Onion (after the jump, of course -- clicks, clicks, clicks, Valley Feverers).
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